THE IKOUII BOOK PROJECT
INSIDE THEIR STUDIO: Artists with disabilities and their collaborators, is the first installment of The Ikouii Book Project. The project connected us with disability identified artists, located across 5 continents, 10 countries, 13 disciplines, and 17 disabilities, practicing in a variety of mediums, at various stages in their art careers and share a piece of their worlds. The project gives a rare glimpse inside their studios, their inspirations, and their personal journeys.
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The Ikouii Creative Founder/Curator, Atlanta-based artist, Aleatha Lindsay has curated numerous exhibitions. She studied art at Georgia State University, holds a Bachelor of Arts from Russell Sage College and a Master of Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design. After completing her studies, she went on to pursue posts in the mental health, arts community development, and special education arenas. A working artist with a disability herself, Lindsay has a passion for educating organizations on inclusive attitudes and creating inclusive opportunities for all artists.
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